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Get Your Arts into Gear

Monday 25th February / presented by Paul Hunt Rhian Todhunter

The clock is ticking down to the upcoming State election, and while many promises have been made regarding the future of WA, what about the future vision of the arts and culture industries?

With so much of the State’s attention focused on the boom and resource -rich mining industries, the arts sector struggles to even get a glimpse from our political leaders.

Its a topic close to our hearts and to many others who believe in the importance of the arts and culture industries, and the enriching effect it has on our community.

Later today representatives from the political parties will be debating their ideas on the arts industry in a forum presented by the Chamber of Arts & Culture.

They spoke to the Chambers Chairman Warwick Hemsley .

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